This Special Pet Fish Talk Show features a discussion by the Bailey
Brothers, Tom and Nevin,
about how to hatch baby brine shrimp eggs, and feed the tiny baby shrimps to
In the second half-hour of this show, Steve Corandan, a professional
fish breeder, joins the discussion and adds some important tips, and in the third half-hour Evan from Colorado calls and
talks about raising brine shrimp.
to hear "Hatching
Baby Brine Shrimp", which is about 90-minutes long.
This Special Pet Fish Talk
Shows contains a discussion by Tom and Nevin Bailey about how to hatch baby
brine shrimp eggs and feed the newly hatched baby brine shrimp to baby fish.
These tiny shrimp are a very important food for many types of baby fish.
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hatching brine shrimp eggs.
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